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Sport Morata urges Chelsea fans to scrap controversial new chant

20:35  09 september  2017
20:35  09 september  2017 Source:

FA to investigate Morata chant

  FA to investigate Morata chant The Football Association has confirmed it intends to open an investigation into the Alvaro Morata chant sung by Chelsea supporters.The Football Association has confirmed it intends to open an investigation into the Alvaro Morata chant sung by Chelsea supporters during the recent win over Leicester City.

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Alvaro Morata does not want to be associated with a controversial new chant about him that Chelsea have urged supporters to stop singing.

The Spain international's name was mentioned together with anti-Semitic language by sections of the Chelsea faithful during Saturday's 2-1 victory at Leicester City.

Chelsea have requested fans do not repeat the chant at future matches, stating Morata does not want to be related to it.

"The club and the players appreciate the fans passionate support away from home, of course, but the language in that song is not acceptable at all," said a Chelsea spokesperson.

Drogba impressed by Morata's superb Chelsea start

  Drogba impressed by Morata's superb Chelsea start With three goals and two assists in four games for Chelsea, Alvaro Morata has left Didier Drogba suitably impressed.Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba believes Alvaro Morata has already begun to live up to expectations at Stamford Bridge.

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"I've spoken to Alvaro about it. Alvaro does not want to be connected with that particular song in any way and both the player and club request the supporters stop singing it with immediate effect."

Morata scored his third Premier League goal since joining from Real Madrid in a reported £70million move when he headed home the opener at the King Power Stadium.

N'Golo Kante got Chelsea's second against his former club, with Jamie Vardy's penalty not enough to stop the reigning champions coming away with all three points.

Antonio Conte was delighted to see Morata hit the back of the net again, but his link-up play was the most pleasing aspect for the head coach.

"It is a good day for the team and for Alvaro," said Conte in his post-match press conference.

Chelsea: Morata chant abhorrent

  Chelsea: Morata chant abhorrent Chelsea have labelled a chant used by supporters for Alvaro Morata as "abhorrent", "totally unacceptable" and confirmed police are investigating. Atkins, alongside head coach Antonio Conte, made the address at Chelsea's Monday press conference ahead of their Champions League tie with Qarabag FK on Tuesday.Morata opened the scoring for Chelsea in their victory over Leicester on Saturday, but the match was marred by the chant which contains an anti-Semitic reference to Chelsea's cross-city rivals Tottenham.

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"It is always important for a striker to score. It is important to see he is improving and always more involved in our idea of football.

"That is most important and if he scores then I am very happy."

Chelsea are third following their victory and Morata has his eyes set on displacing Manchester United and Manchester City to take top spot.

"It is important to win here. Always against Leicester at this stadium it is very difficult to win," Morata told Sky Sports.

"We were in a good position at 2-0 but suffered to the end. This is the Premier League.

"I am good but the most important thing is we are not in the first places and we look forward to moving ahead in the table."

Wilkins: Costa over Morata .
Diego Costa is a better option for Chelsea than Alvaro Morata, according to Ray Wilkins. Costa has not featured for Chelsea since revealing manager Antonio Conte told him by text that he was no longer in his plans at the end of last season and has not joined up with his team-mates since the start of the new season.In Costa's absence, Morata has scored three goals in his opening five league games since his £70m move from Real Madrid.Former Chelsea assistant manager Wilkins admits Morata is the better player but thinks Costa's character should put him ahead of the Spain international.

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